Ducklings

Ducklings

 

Regular visitors to our campsites small lake are our family of wild Mallards. The males are unmistakable with their distinctive dark green heads, yellow bill and a kind of purple-brown on their breast. The females are mainly brown with an orange to black bill. We've been told that Mallards in the UK can be resident or one of the many migrant birds that breed in Iceland and northern Europe spend their winter here in North Devon.

If you do come across them nesting around the lake, we do ask that you leave them undisturbed.

 


Just back from a weeks stay at this great site, as all the other reviews before state very clean site, friendly staff and as for the shower and toilet blocks one of the best we have seen spotless at all times night or day. Some of the pitches are on a slope some on flat grass, and others very private.

Visited the local pub, the carvery was very good but would not fancy walking at night in the dark as the lanes are very narrow and no street lights.

Plenty to do and see near the site or as my husband did just sit by the lake and fish, kept him happy for hours. We took our bikes with us but that's as far as they went, the hills are far to steep for us - lol.

Sha and Tel

We could not have asked for a better site. The staff are really friendly and the location is lovely. The toilets and showers are incredible, very clean and posher than many hotels. The take-away selection is brilliant and the food is amazing - so much so that we ate there every night! The pitch sizes are really generous and well spread out. We will definitely be back and have already spread the word to our friends as a place to stay. Thank you!

Becki Davey